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OFF125 | 2016-02-29  
Melokolektiv's French roots stay firmly put in "Blame", his first release as a one man project.

Opening track "Blame" is a steady tech groove exploration that fits both the dancefloor and late-evening downtime. A mumbling vocal helps build up a slowly ascending tension that lingers on til the end of the track. "Children of Alep" starts off on a tribal note, as blunt percussion pads intertwine with solemn bells, but soon delves into the deep tech territory. Punctuated by gritty riffs and synths, all the initial elements are stripped off and the bassline remains the centerpiece.

Sei A, Scottish producer known for his affinity for bass, injects the track with plenty of bounce. Sub bass bits mix with rattling low end synths, giving the remix an electric feel.

Bass is the key word for the final track as well. "Magnetic Woods" is filled with raw techno power infused through gripping bass and a minimalist structure. Percussion pounds heavily throughout the full length of the track, while dramatic synth pads set a very energetic tone.

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